The election of regeuts of the state uuiversity at Ann Arbor, will not come bfifoie the people this fall. At cna time it was considered that the three regeuts wbo were holding over by appointment would, according to the state coustitutiou, have (o be elected at the fiist election held after tbeir appoiutmeut, uotwith&tandiug their appointment was to flll vacant tpvms which run for some time yet. Biace then Chairruan Fred A Baker, of the democratie state central committee, has looked up the law, and he saya it is uot uecessary to uomiuate regents. "The constitntion is very plain,'1 he says, -'lt provides that wheu the governor appoints a regent to fill a vacaucy, he appoints huu to flll out the f uil term. ' '